windows azure

Dear all,
I subscribe with azure ,,, And it doesn't support static IP ( shocked )
 
how can I configure my DNS ( which is hosed on hostgator ) to direct the * http request to my windows server.
ethar1Asked:
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James HodgeManaging DirectorCommented:
Hello,

It does provide static public IP address options:

Instant-level public IP for your virtual machine, or a reserved IP for your deployment.

http://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/pricing/details/ip-addresses/

Thanks

James

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ethar1Author Commented:
Thank you for your reply ,.
could you please in one sentence just describe the deferent between two:
Instant-level public IP for your virtual machine, or a reserved IP for your deployment.

I migrate form dedicated server hosting and I just need public IP for my server.

I don't know why Microsoft make it so complicated ...
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